Kiwis are an inventive and adventerous bunch. A small country of 4 million, perched on the edge of the Pacific Basin, we like to think of ourselves as contributing above our body weight. A NZ'er was the first to split the Atom (Rutherford), climb Everest (Hillary), win the Rugby World cup- and more recently invent flat-whites and the Pavalova.
Kiwis are also found in great abundance outside of their cosy, clean green natural habitat. There are around 30,000 in London alone, and they make up a good proportion of coffee professionals in small Australian cities such as Sydney and Melbourne.
This group is for Kiwis everywhere and anywhere to talk coffee and to network.